Susan Figiel is selling her home in Bardon which has many wonderful fruit trees. Thursday, August 23, 2018. (AAP Image/Richard Waugh)Owners Susan Figiel and David Gunn, who grew up on the land, said the property had been a perfect alternative to life in the bush and a great home to raise their three children. 56 Barnett Rd BardonThe semi-retired couple, whose children have all grown up and had their own kids, are moving to acreage in northern NSW.Mrs Figiel said she had mixed emotions about leaving the family home.“But it is time to move on,” she said. “We will still be barracking for Queensland though.”The four bedroom, tri-level house was launched to the market yesterday, and will have its first open house from 11-11.30am tomorrow. It is listed with Jesse Sherring of Place West. 56 Barnett Rd Bardon“You can see the city lights from upstairs but you would never know you were just 6km from the CBD,” Ms Figiel said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus17 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market17 hours ago“You come home and it is total peace but you can pop out to dinner at Rosalie, Bardon and Paddington just minutes away.”The property is surrounded by bushland and parks. A long driveway leading to the house is flanked by established fruit and coffee trees.“There are lemons, limes, guava, oranges, avocadoes and coffee trees,” Ms Figiel said. “I have made my own coffee and we have avocadoes every morning.“Every morning I have fresh lemon and citrus juice.” Susan Figiel is selling her home in Bardon which has many wonderful fruit trees. Thursday, August 23, 2018. (AAP Image/Richard Waugh)THIS “mini farm” close to the Brisbane CBD could be the answer to your expensive morning coffee and smashed avo habit.Built 21 years ago, 56 Barnett Rd at Bardon sits on a 1118sq m block and comes with its own established coffee, avocado and orange trees.It even has two large water tanks. 56 Barnett Rd BardonTourism website Visit Brisbane has its Brisbane Avo on Toast index, which suggests that the average diner pays $13.80 for the brekkie delight.“We have that every morning for free,” Ms Figiel said.